Environmental Film Festival 2016

| March 7, 2016 | Past Events

The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, the nation’s largest and longest-running environmental film festival, announces that its 2016 theme is “Parks: Protecting Wild”. This exciting series of film programs will explore the vital role of parks and protected areas on our planet. The Festival’s theme salutes the U.S. National Park Service’s 2016 Centennial and its stewardship of national parks. The 24th annual festival, March 15-26, will present 145 documentary, narrative, animated, archival and children’s films selected to provide fresh perspectives on a variety of environmental issues facing the Earth. Films from 33 countries will be screened, including more than 70 Washington, D.C., U.S. and world premieres. Screenings will include discussion with visiting filmmakers, scientists, and policy makers. A major collaborative city-wide event, the festival is hosted at 52 venues across the Washington, D.C. metro area, including museums, embassies, libraries, universities, and theaters; most screenings are free. 202-342-2564; dceff.org

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